Spire.PDFViewer is a powerful component to view PDF for .NET, which allows developers to load PDF document from stream, file and byte array. It enables to open and read encrypted PDF files. Also, it supports to print PDF with multiple orientations. Furthermore, it can export PDFs as image formats like .bmp, .png and .jpeg. When viewing PDF document through Spire.PDFViewer, users can set display as fit page, page down/up, zoom in/out, etc. Spire.PDFViewer is a totally independent .NET library and without Adobe Read or any other 3rd party software/library installed on system. Fix the bug of blank image during exporting pdf to image. Main Features: 1)Load PDF from file, stream and byte array; 2)Support PDF/A-1B, PDF/X1A; 3)Enable to open and read encrypted PDF files; 4)Support multiple printing orientations: landscape, portrait, automatic; 5)Export PDFs to Image format as .bmp, .png, .jpeg; 6)Set PDF page (page down/up, zoom in/out, display as fit page); 7)Support most PDF font including TrueType, Type0, Type1, Type3, OpenType and CJK font; 8)Support Filled text, Clipped Text, Stroked Text, and support lines, curve and table in PDF; 9)Support hyperlink and DeviceN color space in PDF; 10)Support JPEG2000, DCT, CCITT Fax Image format in PDF. Technical Features: 1)Microsoft .NET 2.0, .NET 3.0, .NET 3.5, .NET 4.0 supported; 2)For Windows Form Only; 3)ASCIIHex decode, ASCII85 decode, Flate decode, LZW decode, Run Length decode, CCITTFax decode,DCT decode,JPX decode supported; 4)Developed entirely in C#, being 100% managed code; 5)Totally independent .NET control library. Does NOT require Adobe Reader or any other 3rd party software/library installed on system; This new version improves the quality of print. Before applying this patch, make sure that Spire.PDFview 1.6.7 has been installed correctly.
PriceUSD599
LicenseFree to try
File Size16.26 MB
Version1.6.39
Operating System Windows 2000 Windows XP Windows 98 Windows Vista Windows Windows Server 2008 Windows NT Windows 2003 Windows Me Windows 7
System RequirementsMicrosoft .NET Framework